Having read Green's most popular novel and hung on every word of the big-screen experience, fans are looking for a new fix to curb their appetites.
Despite being a recently popular addition to the world of young adult literature, Green's acclaimed repertoire of fictional best sellers doesn't stop with the tragic conclusion of Hazel and Augustus' love story.
Here is a list of four other New York Times best-selling must-reads by Green – one of which is even rumored to be on the upcoming silver screen lineup.
1. Looking for AlaskaOne of Green's earliest novels, the book was written after the 9/11 tragedy and was inspired, in part, by Green's obsession with last words – he can even list the last words of every American president.
The story follows Miles Halter, a sheltered boarding-school student looking for the mystical "Great Perhaps" referred to by dying poet Francois Rabelais. Along the way, he meets Alaska, a witty, beautiful and troubled girl who draws him in and propels him along his journey toward the unknown. This novel won multiple awards, including the 2006 Top Ten Best Book for Young Adults and the Teens' Top Ten Award of the same year. It is also one of the rumored contenders for a film adaptation.
2. Paper TownsHaving emerged at No. 5 on The New York Times best-seller list and won the 2009 Edgar Award for Best Young Adult Mystery, this captivator takes its readers through the experiences of what it's like to admire from afar, only to discover something completely unexpected, through the perspective of Quentin Jacobsen. The twists and turns of this mysterious novel will have readers flipping intently through pages and leave them hungry for Green's next poignant prose and quirky teenager plot line.
3. An Abundance of KatherinesThis hilariously relatable story of failed relationships, 19 Katherines (yes, 19 different Katherines), backwoods adventures and mathematical theorems follows Colin Singleton, a child prodigy with a brain stronger than his ability to keep a girlfriend.
After being dumped by Katherine #19, Colin takes a road trip with his overweight friend Hassan – an avid lover of Judge Judy – and sets out on a quest to create a mathematical theorem that can predict the outcome of any relationship, running into an eclectic variety of personalities and places along the way. Among various other accolades, this novel was named book of the year by Booklist, Horn Book and Kirkus.